December 2015 - On 7th December 2015, the EU Commission tabled its long awaited proposals for a new EU Aviation Strategy, including its proposal to amend the basic regulation of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) based on the lessons learned from the first ten years of the Agency’s existence. The revision of the EASA basic regulation is of strategic importance for the competiveness of the EU civil aeronautical manufacturing industry within the global civil aviation market. In particular, EASA needs to be equipped with efficient working methods and sufficient financial means to carry out its certification tasks and to support industry projects at the global level. This is essential to ensure that European manufacturers continue to be world-class leaders in the future as well.
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